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These are just examples, you don't have to do any of them specifically. Do your best to ignore everything they say about the 'science' or 'reasoning' of the exercises. Ignore anything they say to validate the exercise. The point is that I want to show the difference in them because I see a lot of people doing the opposite. It isn't if you can look like you are exercising like a fitness pro if you are Type O, but that you are trying to (and one day probably will).

Blood Type O exercises (also includes all Explorers even Type A blood Explorers):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GhBqEM1W7I
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYiVzEzanLU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-NfgPpudHg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3e_sPeC65pU (pool)

Type A exercises (includes AB Teachers and Warriors)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yuvfHTaftLQ
3 mile brisk walk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4cCD0l7COqk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTAAsCNK7RA

Blood Type B (includes type AB Nomads)
Mix O and A exercise alternating days, at least 2 Type A-ish exercises a week, and 3 Type O. That is the best way I can think of to describe it.

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I guess this works for you and your friends.
Maybe you don't have a huge B sample, but I'm not attracted to the program you assign B's at all.

I enjoyed Tai Chi, yes, (part of your A program).
I might add the gold zumba to that, outdoor tennis, maybe a little outdoor volleyball, belly dancing, horseback riding.

Keys for B are outdoor, social, graceful, colorful and/or fun.
Nothing that feels like "training". Nothing that requires deep seriousness and working off anger. B is definitely not an A-O combo  .

As far as the gym goes, just add some weights to something that, in and of itself, isn't a push-up/slug-fest, and get the circuit portion of the program (usually boring) out of the way ASAP. A little ball bouncing or Pilates? but I found Dance was good for Bs.

Bicycling is good, if the scenery is interesting and/or the company enjoyable.


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Add martial arts(kenpo) and yoga to that. I actually like the class format for exercise as long as it isn't "First we do 10 of A then 7 of B then 20 of C" every time. I use the elliptical machine and the weight machines some for variety.
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How did I know it would be you posting this, DoS? (wondering again, *how did I know* ....) Oh well.  


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Keys for B are outdoor, social, graceful, colorful and/or fun.
Nothing that feels like "training". Nothing that requires deep seriousness and working off anger. B is definitely not an A-O combo  .



I know a few B's... some of them could lose a few lbs... all they do is easy exercise.

The point isn't that distinct exercise activities, it is how you engage in them. I just get sick of reading how BT O think they are failing because they somehow forgot that the exercise is part of the plan just like food. Then all the Explorers of blood type A that think some Qigong is going to be enough when Dr. D'Adamo promotes things like gymnastics.

Plus you can do a lot of 'exercise' activities not as exercise, but things you enjoy. The beauty of doing the correct level of exercise (say like HIIT for a BT O) is that you only need 30-45 minutes of it! The responsive, fit, metabolically efficiency body you want costs you very little out of your day. Plus you'll feel better the rest of the day!
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....."NO". Although, the guys in England are adorable in their little black shirts. And, the other video is fine if you want to look like a racehorse in a harness.

Just for the record, and I think this is a timely after-post: As an A Explorer, I first lost weight doing floor and other exercises with Richard Simmons in my ear day after day telling me that I shouldn't feel sorry for myself and to keep moving. Took me 9 months to go from fat to fit. Having Danish and Norman blood in me, I found out after I was fit and in my medium-size Explorer frame (could never get below size 9 because of bone structure) that I was blessed with mostly low-twitch muscles, making me the PERFECT long distance walker, and all-night '80's dancer, and perfect for isometrics for toning and resistance. Was I ever able to lift my own weight on a chin bar? No. Was I ever a good runner? No. Had I the makings of a good athelete in anything? No. Could I swing my leg high enough to hit someone in the face, as in kickboxing? No. But if someone were persuing me to mug me, was I able to run away to safely? Yes, and then I would rest, and walk home, not jog or run.  I could lose no more body weight at 118 pounds, people thought I was lighter and tinier than I actually was, and I still wore out the way an A non-Explorer would wear out. I aspire in NO WAY to perform the way an O performs.




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Good advice & inspirational DoS.  I think all types could use the disipline of martial arts and the core strengthing of pilates esp if we are injured, a beginner or haven't exercised for a long time.  
All my A's love to dance, sail, row, cycle and group exercises.
Do you have Les Mills programs in your gyms?
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I guess this works for you and your friends.
Maybe you don't have a huge B sample, but I'm not attracted to the program you assign B's at all.

I enjoyed Tai Chi, yes, (part of your A program).
I might add the gold zumba to that, outdoor tennis, maybe a little outdoor volleyball, belly dancing, horseback riding.

Keys for B are outdoor, social, graceful, colorful and/or fun.
Nothing that feels like "training". Nothing that requires deep seriousness and working off anger. B is definitely not an A-O combo  .

As far as the gym goes, just add some weights to something that, in and of itself, isn't a push-up/slug-fest, and get the circuit portion of the program (usually boring) out of the way ASAP. A little ball bouncing or Pilates? but I found Dance was good for Bs.

Bicycling is good, if the scenery is interesting and/or the company enjoyable.
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I know a few B's... some of them could lose a few lbs... all they do is easy exercise.

The point isn't that distinct exercise activities, it is how you engage in them


Since that is how you began your response to my post, DoS, it appears you think I listed only "easy exercise". I was a darned good singles player and could dance many a partner off the floor when I was your age. And I don't know how many volleyball teams you've watched, but for B's that can be plenty vigorous.

Calling B's optimal exercise "easy exercise" shows a weak understanding of B psychology and physical stress type, IMO. And I know plenty of O's and A's who choose easy exercise too, and could stand to lose more than "a few pounds".

You add "The point isn't that distinct exercise activities, it is how you engage in them." I don't think that's what Dr. D'Adamo is saying, though, yes, for some exercises (such as bicycle riding), O, A, and B have their very distinctively optimal ways of doing it ( ). But some workout types bring out the best, and some bring out the worst, in the various types, it seems.

And, of course, young'un, I've got O friends my own age who wouldn't do at all well with your O workout. You should specify age ranges, because we old fogeys may like to work out, too, even though you'd apparently laugh at us for sticking to what's "easy"...


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Now I wanna go dance on my treadmill but I just got done jogging/walking on it.
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Seraffa it isn't if you are Olympic material or not, it is just that Explorers need to try and get up to a high intensity level in order to get benefits. If high intensity isn't very fast for you, it is still high intensity. Need to sweat!

San J, I actually think Dr. D'Adamo is directly implying just that. O's need to express adrenal (high intensity, whatever the exercise is), explorers need high intensity to sweat a lot, and A's must avoid high intensity to keep stress down. You can walk 8 minute miles, that ain't low intensity! But a Type A benefits from more brisk walking, and O or explorer would really be better off speed walking. If BT O don't express adrenaline, their bodies stay out of balance (many deal with depression because of this). If Type A's don't stop themselves from over doing it they won't lose weight or will get sick more often. Type B don't need the adrenaline function but the higher intensity will improve cardio, muscle, and metabolism; then the low will keep them from being stressed out.  

And the thing is even if your old it doesn't mean you can't engage in the exercise the same way. Maybe you'll be at half the speed of youth, but you can still give yourself a bit of a push if your lucky to benefit from it.


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I have fibromyalgia. If I jumped into an "O exercise routine" I'd be in a fibro-flare within the week, and it might take me a month to recover. I have to increase my exercise S.L.O.W.L.Y. and be prepared to back down if I slightly overdo things. It's a very precarious balance.

And let's not even talk about how I can't even go walking right now with a fever, sore throat, and congestion. I think we can all agree that people with acute infections shouldn't be exercising until they recover.


Ruth, Single Mother to 19yo   O- Leah , 18yo O- Hannah, and  12yo B+ Jack


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Serenity and Jacquie,
I know!!! I love to dance...just about any kind..   jazz, folk, modern, ballroom, country, and...CAJUN two-step(quick and aerobic, actually)

Again, individuality!
My O hunter DH gets great exercise on his mountain bkike...his ankle/back/leg problems won't let him "walk/run/jog" so he can swim or bike . He always feels better "in motion"!
Our O explorer friend, retired CHP and mercy Air pilot...has to engage in adrenaline pumping activities in order to feel good! He runs/hikes/climbs/bikes almost daily at 59 years old.
My O gatherer friend hates to exercise but has good will power and walks long distance at a quick pace several days a week. This aids her in weight loss.
Our B friend was a champion wrestler and football player in school but tends to do well with jogging/weight lifting in his 30's.
An A- explorer friend hates yoga but loves her kickboxing class!
To each his/her own!


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Now I wanna go dance on my treadmill but I just got done jogging/walking on it.


Can you show me how to do that? What do you do, the Running Man?  


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Seraffa it isn't if you are Olympic material or not, it is just that Explorers need to try and get up to a high intensity level in order to get benefits. If high intensity isn't very fast for you, it is still high intensity. Need to sweat!

San J, I actually think Dr. D'Adamo is directly implying just that. O's need to express adrenal (high intensity, whatever the exercise is), explorers need high intensity to sweat a lot, and A's must avoid high intensity to keep stress down. You can walk 8 minute miles, that ain't low intensity! But a Type A benefits from more brisk walking, and O or explorer would really be better off speed walking. If BT O don't express adrenaline, their bodies stay out of balance (many deal with depression because of this). If Type A's don't stop themselves from over doing it they won't lose weight or will get sick more often. Type B don't need the adrenaline function but the higher intensity will improve cardio, muscle, and metabolism; then the low will keep them from being stressed out.  

And the thing is even if your old it doesn't mean you can't engage in the exercise the same way. Maybe you'll be at half the speed of youth, but you can still give yourself a bit of a push if your lucky to benefit from it.




Excuse me, DoS, but I do want you to stop telling me the facts I already know. There's no need to instruct me unless I ask for help. The only thing your post reminds me of is that HAVE found one of our extant dance halls around here, and that it would be good to prepare to be dancing-fit in about a year's time, given my weight. Ok?



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I have fibromyalgia. If I jumped into an "O exercise routine" I'd be in a fibro-flare within the week, and it might take me a month to recover. I have to increase my exercise S.L.O.W.L.Y. and be prepared to back down if I slightly overdo things. It's a very precarious balance.

And let's not even talk about how I can't even go walking right now with a fever, sore throat, and congestion. I think we can all agree that people with acute infections shouldn't be exercising until they recover.


Sorry to hear of all that, Ruthie! (((((((BIG HUGS))))))))


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DoS: I prefer intellectual/cerebral workouts. They keep me exceptionally limber in that area.  


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The beauty of doing the correct level of exercise (say like HIIT for a BT O) is that you only need 30-45 minutes of it! The responsive, fit, metabolically efficiency body you want costs you very little out of your day.

See, I don't even relate to this concept. You have a mechanical goal, and you want to achieve it as rapidly as possible, period.
Maybe you are seeing exercise's place in a person's day as a chore to be gotten out of the way. You see as "beautiful" the fact that it can be accomplished quickly. Something you "need" do for a minimal amount of time to meet some requirement or other.

(I never said to my opponent on the tennis court: If we play really hard, we can get it over with in 20 or 30 minutes. In fact, lets forget about the game and just each go our separate ways for BallBoy workouts on separate courts...")

I've known B's who've said, "I want to get sunshine and my heart rate up and improve my game and laugh with my friends." I've known many an A who's said, "It does me good to take walks and do yoga" or even "I like improving my strokes".

It seems you know yourself well enough, DoS, but I don't think your prescription is as transferable/universal as you do.
JMO.


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I've met plenty of BT O people that love to read and write all day. Yet they often are very depressed, confused, frustrated people. They don't want to have fun exercising in particular, because they don't want too!(all GenoTypes) Yet if they take just a few minutes out of their day they'll be expansively better at all their big interests, while feeling optimistic!

I just wanted to clarify who should exercise at what engagement level. There isn't any reason San J or a BT O can't find very mind challenging exercises that raise the heart rate a lot. That isn't the point. The point is to do whatever you want while benefiting, in yes a biological way.

If you can find exercise you enjoy mentally, great! But unfortunately it is still somewhat of a chore the way your body sees it. We've displaced all our physical efforts with cars and what not.

There is a very much earned respect to be had for higher levels of exercise, even if chore like. Why do you think so many people get hooked on it? There is a lot to learn about oneself, and you don't get there be only ever dabbling.

Gatherers walking I think could be a topic all onto itself, perhaps. It helps, and yes they often as described are exercise challenged, but they TRANSFORM when they step it up into recommended high intensity exercise. All the male wrestlers on TV are primarily Explorers and Gatherers (occasional hunter and nomad). Most of the women on this page appear to be Gatherers, some of them still have a few lbs to go, but look at how the continual intense exercise on that silly show paid off!
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^ I always think it's funny how in these after pics they always have a "tan" as if lighter skin is less healthy looking lol. So dumb. But yeah anyway - amazing results.

I can attest to my Gatherer husband's mood definitely improving when he exercises every day. He's the type that loves to read and write too but he gets sad very easily (though he is also positive too - he actually likes being sad some what) so the exercise helps. Luckily he gets to use the gym at his work for free.

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Can you show me how to do that? What do you do, the Running Man?  


It was one of the videos that DoS posted - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTAAsCNK7RA. Looked like fun! lol

@cajun - yeah, dance is fun!
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I highly recommend people reading "The 8 Colors of Fitness" based on their Meyers Briggs type as well when considering their blood and genotypes. It also explains, DoS, why you see people who don't think of exercise as "fun". It's because they haven't made a clear connection to the "way" of fitness that would be the most satisfying for them.

As people age, take on more and more responsibility for family and home, babies, elderly and the dying, it's not that they don't want to exercise or participate in what is going on in the generation around them (even though they might not like the current generation or mode of culture) -- it's because there is so much more to consider incorporating or not incorporating, as the as both the body and mind mature and age. There are time limitations as well. But if you read this book you will better understand why some of us on this board are not advocating HIITS right off the bat by any means.  Because you are not married, have no kids, piles of interpersonal responsibilities, body changing through age, etc., it might be tough for you to see at this point.


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Actually I know what it is like to feel as though some not overly difficult exercise is going to kill you. To have your heart beating so bad you feel is in your veins all over, especially around the neck. You know you can't live that long if you are in that condition. Furthermore try being a warrior before you say something about activity level of engagement. My physiology won't let me pursue the one true passion I've ever had. If it was old age that'd be cool, if I got to engage in the world how I want to prior. Trust me there is as much humility in having to tone down exercise and accept you can't really do anything to change your body exercise-wise, as there is having to buck up and do the tough work for the pay off. In this modern age high fitness and training, being a warrior is like being born an old person.

Funny enough all those responsibilities make quicker, easier to get done, exercise more appealing. If I were to do HIIT (if I wasn't a Warrior or Teacher) I could just go outside my front door if need be, maybe even just do it in my living room. Obviously HIIT isn't the only form of exercise at intense level, but the results have been fantastic pretty consistently for the right genotypes, it is very affordable, and very accessible. Best of all it does the simplest thing that I wanted to point out, shows a high level of participation that is what many people need. I could of posted videos of people cross country running but it is harder to tell how hard they are working, and it isn't as accessible for everyone, nor does it work as well for Gatherers.

HIIT for one person might be a really fast walk. We all have to be realistic about how our performance stacks to other people, but also realistic towards how much effort we put in as well.
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Looks like an interesting book, Seraffa. I think I may be white (reflective).
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I just took the test from that book and my color is Blue harmony which lines up exactly to my Meyers/Briggs ISFJ....


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I went to Barnes & Noble today to see if they had the book in stock (didn't think they would) and they didn't. Guess I'll have to get it on amazon at some point
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